Manga Recommendations

Manga: Pandora Hearts
If you liked
Pandora Hearts
Manga: Vanitas no Carte
...then you might like
Vanitas no Carte
Same author, same mystery kind of feeling, some characters look a bit similar. It's hard to say much at the moment
Manga: Skip Beat!
If you liked
Skip Beat!
Manga: Bijin Kakumei
...then you might like
Bijin Kakumei
Main girl aims for revenge on an old crush who slighted her.
Manga: Koukou Debut
If you liked
Koukou Debut
Manga: Oresama Teacher
...then you might like
Oresama Teacher
This manga is similar to Oresama Teacher because both female protagonists come from tomboyish backgrounds and now in a new school, they want to change their ways. However, they have a hard time with it. Of course, that's what makes their funny moments!
Manga: The New Gate
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The New Gate
Manga: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
...then you might like
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
Both set in a fantasy world with monsters, elves, humans, goblins, slime, etc. But Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken is a reincarnation from-human-to-slime and The New Gate is more stuck-in-a-game.
Manga: Overlord
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Overlord
Manga: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
...then you might like
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
-Both MCs were humans and later became monsters -Both MCs are OP -Both MCs are being folowed by monsters and they are their leaders -Both MCs are trying to build their town/kingdom for their own reasons.
Manga: Re:Monster
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Re:Monster
Manga: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
...then you might like
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
-Both MCs were humans and got reincarnated as "weak" monsters -Both MCs growth is very fast and they become quickly powerful -Both MCs are OP -Both MCs are being folowed by monsters and become their leaders -Both MCs are gaining power when they eat other monsters.
Manga: The New Gate
If you liked
The New Gate
Manga: Gaikotsu Kishi-sama, Tadaima Isekai e Odekakechuu
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Gaikotsu Kishi-sama, Tadaima Isekai e Odekakechuu
-Both MCs got into the game world and everything became real -Both MCs are OP and got OP equipments and items from the game -Both MCs are knowledgeable about the game and the world they are thrown into -In both mangas the world seems to have changed slightly in comparison to the game.
Manga: Overlord
If you liked
Overlord
Manga: The New Gate
...then you might like
The New Gate
-Both MCs got into the game world and everything became real -Both MCs are OP and got OP equipments and items from the game -Both MCs are knowledgeable about the game and the world they are thrown into -In both mangas the world seems to have changed slightly in comparison to the game.
Manga: Overlord
If you liked
Overlord
Manga: Gaikotsu Kishi-sama, Tadaima Isekai e Odekakechuu
...then you might like
Gaikotsu Kishi-sama, Tadaima Isekai e Odekakechuu
-Both MCs got into the game world and everything became real -Both MCs are undeads -Both MCs are OP and got OP equipments and items from the game -Both MCs are knowledgeable about the game and the world they are thrown into -In both mangas the world seems to have changed slightly in comparison to the game.
Manga: S-kke Mama no Kibishii Kozukuri Seikyouiku
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S-kke Mama no Kibishii Kozukuri Seikyouiku
Manga: Wagamama Steady
...then you might like
Wagamama Steady
Both have incest story with mother and son , good art and mothers with beautiful bodies.
Manga: Yaritai Koto wo Yarimashou
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Yaritai Koto wo Yarimashou
Manga: Sou yo Imouto de Renshuu shinasai yo!!
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Sou yo Imouto de Renshuu shinasai yo!!
Both are incest hentai one has a little sister and other a big sister created by the same person so if you like like the art of the characters you will like both of them.
Manga: Hammer Maid!
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Hammer Maid!
Manga: Tadashikunai Renai no Susume
...then you might like
Tadashikunai Renai no Susume
Both mangas are love stories and the girls have big oppai !
Manga: FLCL
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FLCL
Manga: Dead Dead Demon's Dededededestruction
...then you might like
Dead Dead Demon's Dededededestruction
aliens, cute girls, comedy. i do usually compare ueda hajimes works to asano inio's
Manga: Sunadokei
If you liked
Sunadokei
Manga: Soredemo Boku wa Kimi ga Suki
...then you might like
Soredemo Boku wa Kimi ga Suki
Both series take place over a large chunk of time (15ish years) and show the leads falling in and out of love and relationships and show that it's ok and natural.
Manga: Ashizuri Suizokukan
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Ashizuri Suizokukan
Manga: Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
...then you might like
Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou
Exudes a thought-provoking and calming atmosphere brought about by it’s highly-detailed drawing and shading techniques. Euphoric, in a surreal and unusual way.
Manga: Sugar Princess
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Sugar Princess
Manga: Koori no Joou
...then you might like
Koori no Joou
Both ice skating manga with romance.
Manga: Ero♥Märchen: Akazukin-chan
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Ero♥Märchen: Akazukin-chan
Manga: Dounen Hakai: Ookina Akazukin & Chiisaki Ookami
...then you might like
Dounen Hakai: Ookina Akazukin & Chiisaki Ookami
Two erotic rewrites -or even pornographic for one- of the tale of the Little Red Riding Hood.
Manga: Song of the Long March
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Song of the Long March
Manga: Aoi Horus no Hitomi: Dansou no Joou no Monogatari
...then you might like
Aoi Horus no Hitomi: Dansou no Joou no Monogatari
Both strong women in royalty with ambitions and a great motivational drive. Upon reading one chapter into each of these you easily get a "similar" feel for both of these manga. Biggest difference between the two is Song of the Long March is more Chinese culture and Aoi Horus no Hitmoi: Dansou no Joou no Monogatari is more Egyptian culture.
Manga: Skyhigh
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Skyhigh
Manga: About Death
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About Death
So......... what happens to your soul immediately after you die? Heaven, hell or becoming a ghost that wanders aimlessly through the streets of the Earth?
Manga: Kamisama☆Permanent
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Kamisama☆Permanent
Manga: About Death
...then you might like
About Death
A sneak peek into the life of God(s).
Manga: Livingstone
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Livingstone
Manga: Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
...then you might like
Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
While the premise of both the manga is very different, what is common to both is how people realize (or are made to realize) the importance of being/staying alive, and how it's never too late to make a difference.
Manga: NASA
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NASA
Manga: Ani no Chuukoku
...then you might like
Ani no Chuukoku
I know this is an odd recommendation, but hear me out. Both manga touch on the randomest of subjects with varied tones (mostly comedic). And both involve one shots on bank robbery! You don't get to read about them often, do you?
Manga: Hatshepsut
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Hatshepsut
Manga: Aoi Horus no Hitomi: Dansou no Joou no Monogatari
...then you might like
Aoi Horus no Hitomi: Dansou no Joou no Monogatari
Two historical manga based on the life of the egyptian queen Hatshepsut. In both works, she's both portrayed as an adult and as a child. The color of her eyes is also a subject put forward by both mangaka. Even if in Aoi Horus no Hitomi, the mangaka decided to show off her more "feminine" side, her personality is still the same : she has masculine manners and always say how much she would have prefer to be born a boy. Also, the setting is of course the same, and there are other characters who are present in both works, like for exemple Hatshepsut's scribe.
Manga: Kimi ni Koishite Ii desu ka.
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Kimi ni Koishite Ii desu ka.
Manga: Kawaii Hito
...then you might like
Kawaii Hito
Both have the same basic premise: boy (or man in the case of Kawaii Hito) with a scary appearance is actually a sweet person. Similar romance present in both stories; while Kimi ni Koishite is mostly a getting together story, Kawaii Hito is more of a being together story. Simple, sweet love stories without too much drama or angst and lots of cute fluff.
Manga: Love Hina
If you liked
Love Hina
Manga: Magetsukan Kitan
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Magetsukan Kitan
Magetsukan Kitan is Love Hina, if the main character were slightly older, the main girl slightly less violent, and all the other girls were monsters. They have a similar premise, similar comedy, similar level of ecchi-ness.
Manga: Nozoki Ana
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Nozoki Ana
Manga: Bastard
...then you might like
Bastard
Both have a mastermind controlling other individuals inside of the manga. They both have a dark feel and involve romance between characters. The premises and plots are different but both are good reads.
Manga: 20th Century Boys
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20th Century Boys
Manga: 21st Century Boys
...then you might like
21st Century Boys
Great psycho-thriller mangas that draw the reader into a world of mass murder, politics and betrayal as you follow a group of 5 people trying to clear their name of slander and stop a crazy cultist named Tomodachi (Friend) from becoming Dominus Mundi by following a set of increasingly hazy memories from their early childhood. Reading order: 20th Century boys--->21st Century boys (The other is the sequel to the first.)
Manga: Fugitto Amor
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Fugitto Amor
Manga: Hana wo Meshimase
...then you might like
Hana wo Meshimase
Romance story communicating the language of flowers. Both also have a May-December team. Heart-warming story.
Manga: Psyren
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Psyren
Manga: Darwin's Game
...then you might like
Darwin's Game
Both contain games where they are teleported and then have to battle other participants and enemies. They gain supernatural powers as well.
Manga: Citrus
If you liked
Citrus
Manga: Happy Sugar Life
...then you might like
Happy Sugar Life
If you want more physiological version.
Manga: Dear Green: Hitomi no Ounowa
If you liked
Dear Green: Hitomi no Ounowa
Manga: Hana wa Saku ka
...then you might like
Hana wa Saku ka
-both Yaoi/BL -both have a slow and mature romance between two realistic male leads -both take place in modern Japan NOTE: If you decide to read Dear Green Hitomi no Ounowa, also check out its sequel titled Dear Green.
Manga: Maid in Japan
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Maid in Japan
Manga: Tutor Maid
...then you might like
Tutor Maid
The plot is similar: the protagonist is a young boy forced to crossdress. Another character forces him to become a maid and he has to take care of a stranger.    The person for whom the main character works is also similar: it's is a person who, at the beginning, didn't want a maid, but who was obliged to have one by someone from their family.
Manga: Nickelodeon
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Nickelodeon
Manga: Le Théâtre de A
...then you might like
Le Théâtre de A
If you enjoy reading bizarre one shots, then it wouldn't be a stretch to say you'd enjoy this recommendation.
Manga: Epitaph
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Epitaph
Manga: Sister Blood: Gensou no Tsuki to Furueru Chi
...then you might like
Sister Blood: Gensou no Tsuki to Furueru Chi
A similar atmosphere. Both share a pure gothic atmosphere. Death is their common theme: in the case of Sister Blood, it's because one of the characters is a dangerous vampire, and in Epitaph it's because the two protagonists work for a funeral.     The main characters are also similar: in both cases, there's a duet. Both are portraying orphans. In each duet, one of them has a more or less close connection with the supernatural. There is also a lot of romantic innuendo between the two characters.
Manga: :REverSAL
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:REverSAL
Manga: Apocalypse no Toride
...then you might like
Apocalypse no Toride
Our MCs suddenly find themselves in a world full of zombies, and they have no other way than to fight their way through, in order to survive in this new world. Both manga have good art, especially Reversal.
Manga: Deadman Wonderland
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Deadman Wonderland
Manga: Apocalypse no Toride
...then you might like
Apocalypse no Toride
A teenage boy, wrongfully accused of murder, lands up in a correctional facility for a crime he never committed. Nobody believes his innocence, as a result of which he is doomed to live his life as a prisoner. This weakling of a boy (who obviously ends up growing stronger towards the end of the manga) has no idea what his life has in store for him, because every single day lived in the prison is nothing less than him fighting for his very survival.
Manga: Ousama Game
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Ousama Game
Manga: Caste Heaven
...then you might like
Caste Heaven
Taking place in a high school (bc which horror manga is complete without dumbass teenagers in a school setting?) both manga feature a king, who is in charge of a game that basically decides the lives of the participants of the game (aka the students). Taking part is mandatory, because those who don't participate, suffer serious consequences. If you're a fan of the genre and are willing to overlook poor characters, little to no plot development, lots of plot holes and questionable decisions made by the characters, then both manga will prove to be entertaining for you.
Manga: Doubt
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Doubt
Manga: Ousama Game
...then you might like
Ousama Game
With a "Whodunit" theme at the core of both manga, we have a bunch of school students who find themselves in the middle of a life and death survival game/mystery, where communications through their cell phones play an important role. Both manga have lots of death, blood, gore, betrayals and unexpected deaths, with little to no character development, alongside an info dump towards the end that wraps up the mystery, with ZERO foreshadowing.
Manga: Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
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Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
Manga: Dengeki Daisy
...then you might like
Dengeki Daisy
Though the setting is totally different for these two mangas, one relates to kingdoms and royalties while the other relates to computers and technologies, they are similar in the way the characters are set up. In both of them, the main female character is protected by the respective male protagonists as well as other side-characters, but that doesn't make them weak. The heroines are very capable of protecting themselves as well as the ones they love when the time comes. The male protagonists know this and respect and believe their beloved "princesses". The main characters in both the mangas know well how they feel towards the other, but they keep their distance and support each other to make their lives meaningful. The character development is very powerful. However DD holds a dark side.
Manga: Karakuri Odette
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Karakuri Odette
Manga: Sugar Girl, Sugar Doll
...then you might like
Sugar Girl, Sugar Doll
Two artificial girls and their lives with their creators and the people they meet.
Manga: Please
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Please
Manga: Vanilla Star
...then you might like
Vanilla Star
What happens when a normal, hard working gay dude ends up falling for a prostitute? Written by the same mangaka, both stories are a lighthearted read with similar premises, but different treatments.
Manga: Loved Circus
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Loved Circus
Manga: Mods
...then you might like
Mods
A guy becomes an unwilling prostitute in order to pay off his financial debts, and ends up falling for the most popular/request prostitute at the brothel he's begun working at.
Manga: Maria†Holic
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Maria†Holic
Manga: Konjiki no Word Master: Yuusha Yonin ni Makikomareta Unique Cheat
...then you might like
Konjiki no Word Master: Yuusha Yonin ni Makikomareta Unique Cheat
Although in quite different circumstances and worlds, both protagonists have the same arrogant attitude, are smart, and fool those around them through disguises.
Manga: Hydra
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Hydra
Manga: Flowers
...then you might like
Flowers
Written by the same mangaka, both these manga deal with love triangles that are dealt with in a realistic and mature manner.
Manga: Gekkou
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Gekkou
Manga: Kuzu to Kinka no Qualidea
...then you might like
Kuzu to Kinka no Qualidea
Gekkou and Kuzu to Kinka no Qualidea are pretty much the same dish, but with a bit different seasoning. The first one has better romance and story, while the latter one is a bit trashier (not exactly in a bad way), funnier and is focused on bad people.
Manga: Mahoutsukai no Yome
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Mahoutsukai no Yome
Manga: Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
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Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
2 differents stories of people struggling to become someone in the world
Manga: Shingeki no Kyojin
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Shingeki no Kyojin
Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
...then you might like
Tokyo Ghoul
2 series about the world beaing eaten by an overpower enemie
Manga: Fairy Tail
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Fairy Tail
Manga: Fairy Tail Zerø
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Fairy Tail Zerø
It's fairy tail man
Manga: Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka
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Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka
Manga: World Teacher: Isekaishiki Kyouiku Agent
...then you might like
World Teacher: Isekaishiki Kyouiku Agent
1) Both stories are set in a fantasy world 2) In both stories the description of the several scenes are really good described taking into consideration the sentiments and the pain of the characters when they are in a hard situation 3) Both main character rise until become the strongest 4) Both stories have an adventurer's theme 5) Both stories have a lot of character and all they are very nice and funny
Manga: Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!
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Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!
Manga: 4 Cut Hero
...then you might like
4 Cut Hero
Both are parodies of the typical Adventure story, the writing and jokes are extremely spot on. The cast of both series are remarkably entertaining and lovable, rest assured that you will certainly find a character to your liking in both. Go in and read the two for a amazing adventure and surely you will smile the whole time reading. So go out and support both series and most of all have fun!
Manga: Aku no Hana
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Aku no Hana
Manga: Babel no Toshokan
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Babel no Toshokan
Nutty girl with big ideas and her meeting with reality. Also featuring the boy who really tried to live up to her expectations but couldn’t. A story worth reading over and over again.
Manga: Kamisama Hajimemashita
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Kamisama Hajimemashita
Manga: Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet
...then you might like
Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet
The stories are very, VERY different.. but there are a few similarities. Both heroines have no home left to go back to, they both live with older male guardian-like figures, and they both end up falling for them. Kamisama is much longer and it isn't as simple as Tsubaki-chou, but I really enjoy both of them. To me, they have similar feelings.
Manga: Hajime no Ippo
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Hajime no Ippo
Manga: Hanakaku
...then you might like
Hanakaku
Basically a female version of Ippo and she also is in MMA.
Manga: Taki Anna no Honshou wa S nano ka M nano ka Ore dake ga Shitteiru.
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Taki Anna no Honshou wa S nano ka M nano ka Ore dake ga Shitteiru.
Manga: Tsumi to Kai
...then you might like
Tsumi to Kai
Sadistic female leads, whiney/annoying/perverted male leads.
Manga: Shirobako: Kaminoyama Koukou Animation Doukoukai
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Shirobako: Kaminoyama Koukou Animation Doukoukai
Manga: Gi(a)rlish Number
...then you might like
Gi(a)rlish Number
Shows another side of the industry. Primarily focusing on the trials of voice actors.
Manga: Watashitachi no Tamura-kun
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Watashitachi no Tamura-kun
Manga: Golden Time
...then you might like
Golden Time
Feels like it. You'll understand... (dont wanna spoil)
Manga: Aishiteruze Baby★★
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Aishiteruze Baby★★
Manga: Amaama to Inazuma
...then you might like
Amaama to Inazuma
The male caregivers couldn't be more different (a high school playboy vs. an average teacher), but the kids and the relationships are similar. Both kids are both extremely cute, both trying to deal with being without a mom, both just trying to be friends with everyone. And both male caregivers find their own social lives gain depth and meaning, as they learn how to be good fathers. Also, both dads spend a lot of time learning to make bentos.
Manga: Usagi Drop
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Usagi Drop
Manga: Amaama to Inazuma
...then you might like
Amaama to Inazuma
The first half of Usagi Drop is very similar to Sweetness and Lightning: Cute stories about preschool aged child being raised by a single man, who is desperately trying to connect with his daughter.
Manga: Hwaja
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Hwaja
Manga: Kamisama ga Uso wo Tsuku.
...then you might like
Kamisama ga Uso wo Tsuku.
A young teenage girl lives in a questionable place without the supervision of any adults, and hides a terrible secret inside her heart. However, while Kamisama is short and emotional, Hwaja is dark and mysterious.
Manga: Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou
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Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou
Manga: Murenase! Seton Gakuen
...then you might like
Murenase! Seton Gakuen
a similar relaxing SOL manga, except based in school.
Manga: Trigun
If you liked
Trigun
Manga: Plunderer
...then you might like
Plunderer
The main characters are both extremely op and have a hidden past.
Manga: Hatsukoi Limited.
If you liked
Hatsukoi Limited.
Manga: Musunde Hiraite
...then you might like
Musunde Hiraite
Both manga deals with multiple couples and their relation. If you liked Hatsukoi Limited for how a group of friends deals with their relationship, how they were all connected to each other. Then you are gonna love Musunde Hiraite. The difference that I felt was Hatsukoi Limited is in Middle school setting and Musunde Hiraite is in high school. To be honest it made me enjoy it even more with high school/mature vibe.
Manga: Konjiki no Word Master: Yuusha Yonin ni Makikomareta Unique Cheat
If you liked
Konjiki no Word Master: Yuusha Yonin ni Makikomareta Unique Cheat
Manga: Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
...then you might like
Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
Smart protagonist, not the hero, sent to another world, abandons/ is abandoned by classmates, finds his own way in the world, becomes much stronger then people he was separated from.
Manga: Natsume Yuujinchou
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Natsume Yuujinchou
Manga: Kottou Nekoya
...then you might like
Kottou Nekoya
Both have lots of cute and touching episodic stories in a calm warm atmosphere setting, have a talking cat and a bit of supernatural.
Manga: Wallaby
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Wallaby
Manga: Latin
...then you might like
Latin
For the lovers of golems and other animated (not only antropomorphic) beings.
Manga: Arisa
If you liked
Arisa
Manga: Bokura no Kiseki
...then you might like
Bokura no Kiseki
Both manga involved a class full of mysteries and they're both trying to find their 'king.' Lots of plot twists, mysteries, and hints of romance (that doesnt play a big part of the stories, which makes it great).
Manga: All Out!!
If you liked
All Out!!
Manga: Boku no Hero Academia
...then you might like
Boku no Hero Academia
All Out!! is similar to MHA in the sense they feature a protagonist with a handicap that makes them have to work towards their goal more than their peers and even has a large cast of memorable character designs, although in the case of All Out, the focus is more on the group of characters as a group than the protagonist.
Manga: Yuu☆Yuu☆Hakusho
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Yuu☆Yuu☆Hakusho
Manga: Tegamibachi
...then you might like
Tegamibachi
It's a shonen fantasy/supernatural manga from Jump(Weekly Shonen Jump not Jump SQ).
Manga: Mazin Saga
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Mazin Saga
Manga: Shin Mazinger Zero
...then you might like
Shin Mazinger Zero
Both are the definitive version of the Nagai Mazinger, and Im not talking about the Toei anime or the commercialized 70s mangas by Ota and Nagai. Saga has elements from Susanoo and Devilman, it's raw,violent and in-your-face. The same can be said about Zero, which has elements from Saga although not written by Nagai. I reccomend them for those who have yet to experience what True Nagai is like
Manga: Fuan no Tane
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Fuan no Tane
Manga: Nickelodeon
...then you might like
Nickelodeon
Both manga feature several one shots that show us a wide variety of scenarios - right from the mundane to the bizarre. However, while Nick's focus is on giving bizarre situations a comedic approach, Fuan is out and out a horror manga.
Manga: Skyhigh
If you liked
Skyhigh
Manga: About Death
...then you might like
About Death
Both manga deal with what happens after person's death, although Skyhigh takes a darker approach.
Manga: Bokura no Hentai
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Bokura no Hentai
Manga: Hanayome wa Motodanshi.
...then you might like
Hanayome wa Motodanshi.
Both manga deal with sensitive topics like transitioning, cross dressing, gender identity confusion and even being an LGBTQ+ person in today's society. But while Hanayome is autobiographical in nature and has one trans MC, Bokura is fictional and revolves around four young boys who find comfort in each other.
Manga: Hanayome wa Motodanshi.
If you liked
Hanayome wa Motodanshi.
Manga: Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuuzoku ni Ikimashita Report
...then you might like
Sabishisugite Lesbian Fuuzoku ni Ikimashita Report
If you've enjoyed one, you're definitely going to enjoy the other. Both manga are written by the mangaka who have written about very private experiences of their lives, resulting in unexpected turns and twists of life. Low self esteem, poor confidence levels, the fear of being judged by society, struggling about not being "normal" and other similar topics are touched in both the manga. The art in both is kinda cartoon/stick figure type, because the emphasis is on the story telling and sharing the intensely private experiences of the mangaka. Both are kinda funny and loads of people have found the experiences mentioned in them as relatable (not me, tho :/)
Manga: La Satanica
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La Satanica
Manga: Hima nano de Hajimete Mimasu.
...then you might like
Hima nano de Hajimete Mimasu.
I can see why a rec was made these two, as their premises (and even characters) are quite similar. We have a long, light haired idiot who is in love with his dark haired tsundere school friend. The tsundere becomes aware of his friend's feelings for him (as well as his own feelings towards his friend), and h doesn't hesitate from hitting his idiot friend to keep him at bay when he gets too handsy with our tsundere. Both manga are lighthearted reads with cute characters, that are surprisingly well written.
Manga: Akaiito no Shikkou Yuuyo
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Akaiito no Shikkou Yuuyo
Manga: Kimi no Yume wo Miteiru
...then you might like
Kimi no Yume wo Miteiru
The MC in both manga has a special ability - to see who his soul mate with be. One day, he realizes that it's actually a guy, and thus begins a tale of love between two not-so-straight guys!
Manga: Dainana Joshikai Houkou
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Dainana Joshikai Houkou
Manga: Hinamatsuri
...then you might like
Hinamatsuri
Hinamatsuri and Dainana feature a cast of gullible weirdos who’ll make you laugh and keep that smile on for the rest of the day.
Manga: Finder Series
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Finder Series
Manga: Pink Gold
...then you might like
Pink Gold
It has the same characters.
Manga: One Piece
If you liked
One Piece
Manga: Hunter x Hunter
...then you might like
Hunter x Hunter
Incredible worldbuilding and endearing characters. You may find the pacing slow and the dialogue lacking, but the creative storytelling more than makes up for the series' flaws.
Manga: World Trigger
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World Trigger
Manga: All You Need Is Kill
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All You Need Is Kill
Shounen-version of this series basically in which the heroes can simulate situations with programmed robot/mech-like monsters called Trion Soldiers and utilize tactics while fighting them in the real scenario using cool weapons.
Manga: Aisubeki Fujitsu
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Aisubeki Fujitsu
Manga: Junketsu Drop
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Junketsu Drop
This rec is for chapter 2 of Aisubeki Fujitsu. Two presidents/leaders of their respective clubs/teams are at loggerheads with each other bc of their presumptions about the other. The light haired boy is a rule abiding studious boy, while the dark haired one is brash, outspoken and belongs to the sports club. Both start off hating each other, but eventually, they grow to really like each other. And not that anybody cares, but this is my 100th rec. Yay!
Manga: Junk: Record of the Last Hero
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Junk: Record of the Last Hero
Manga: Hakaima Sadamitsu
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Hakaima Sadamitsu
Very Kamen Rider/Tokusatsu themed manga, if you like transforming heroes, read these manga.
Manga: Chio-chan no Tsuugakuro
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Chio-chan no Tsuugakuro
Manga: Dasei 67 Percent
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Dasei 67 Percent
While they differ greatly in the age of the characters and the kind of scenarios they find, both are stories about relatively cute girls taking normal everyday challenges too seriously. Both have a clear leaning towards action shots and dynamic poses, making them action comedies about nothing. Chio-chan is more focused in gamer life and is a bit less realistic both in art style and scenarios, Dasei has a more solid style which lends itself to vaguely ecchi illustrations and uses a variety of complex sets to bring up new absurd tense situations. You can easily tell that both artists work mainly in porn but neither gets raunchy at any point.
Manga: Seven Days
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Seven Days
Manga: Ato Hitoiki de Ai
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Ato Hitoiki de Ai
This rec is for chapters 2 and 3 of Ato. Both stories feature a good looking guy who's too nice to refuse anybody who asks him out - he treats those girls nicely, yet he ends up being dumped, and he's clueless as to why exactly that happens...... till another guy enters his life.
Manga: Sayonara, Itoshi no My Friend
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Sayonara, Itoshi no My Friend
Manga: Ato Hitoiki de Ai
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Ato Hitoiki de Ai
This rec is for the chapters 5 and 6 of Ato. Be careful of reading ahead, bc *spoilers* Both stories feature a socially inept uke who's happy living his life as a loner, till the day our sweetheart seme forces his way into the uke's life, and completely changes his life by 180 degrees. The seme realizes he's in love with the uke, confesses his feelings, finds his feelings aren't returned, and then starts maintaining a distance from our uke. Hurt, it doesn't take long for our uke to miss our seme (with whom he interacted on a daily basis and found his life empty without those interactions), and it gradually dawns upon him that he loves the seme too! Bonus: The seme's our uke's first love. Awwww <3
Manga: Fujiyama-san wa Shishunki
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Fujiyama-san wa Shishunki
Manga: Saotome Senshu, Hitakakusu
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Saotome Senshu, Hitakakusu
Both lead characters are secretly in a relationship and contain themes about growing up, maturing, and discovering what it means to be in love. Additionally, both stories beautifully captures the slice-of-life aura and contains NO unnecessary drama.
Manga: Nisekoi
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Nisekoi
Manga: Kimi wa Midara na Boku no Joou
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Kimi wa Midara na Boku no Joou
Romance that the protagonists do not like.
Manga: Dorohedoro
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Dorohedoro
Manga: Kekkai Sensen
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Kekkai Sensen
The two possess similar analogous setting where its normal, for example, in dorohedoro, the setting is a dark, gritty disorderly district where killing is an ordinary occurrence! In kekkai sensen, its more chaotic because you see explosion, accidents and all weird creatures! The characters in both series have unique personalities and shares the strong chemistry to the group. I definitely recommend dorohedoro if you like kekkai sensen
Manga: Hokuto no Ken
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Hokuto no Ken
Manga: Terra Formars
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Terra Formars
These two manga have a different setting, but they do have a similar feeling to them. They are both filled with manly action that will keep your testosterone pump up. You have muscular characters that use superhuman powers to fight other powerful enemies. Not to mention these titles are very violent too. They have enough action to keep you entertained.
Manga: Gantz
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Gantz
Manga: Kyoushoku Soukou Guyver
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Kyoushoku Soukou Guyver
These two manga have characters using bio suits fighting other powerful evil monsters. They both deal with themes of the darker sides of human nature. Not to mention, these two manga are filled with action, blood, gore and violence. Definitely recommended these two manga for anyone who enjoys dark violent manga.
Manga: Akira
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Akira
Manga: Genocyber
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Genocyber
These two manga have a similar dark futuristic sci-fi tone to them as they are filled with blood, gore and ultra violence. They both have government experimentation of people to be used as weapons and our main character going crazy with mad power.
Manga: Devilman
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Devilman
Manga: Genocyber
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Genocyber
These two manga are filled with blood, gore, nudity and gruesome deaths. These two anime are not for the faint-hearted. These two anime have our main character turning into a monster and killing people with ultra violence. Not to mention these two anime deal with the the darkness of humanity and have a very dark and depressing feel to them.
Manga: Devilman
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Devilman
Manga: Shingeki no Kyojin
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Shingeki no Kyojin
In these two manga, you have monsters trying to destroy humanity and focus on the horrors of war. Both manga also have a main hero that is a hybrid and must destroy other evil powerful monsters. Not to mention these two manga are very dark that are filled with violence, blood and gore.
Manga: Kuzu no Honkai
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Kuzu no Honkai
Manga: Henshin
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Henshin
The whole time reading Kuzo no Honkai, it reminded me of Henshin soo much. Only thing is Henshin is the more extreme, more vile and more dirty than Kuzu no Honkai. Kuzu no Honkai is the clean version. So, both girls kind of go through the same situation, ignore their conscience and life continues to be harsh on them due to their decision makings with boys and relationships. The difference between these stories is that Hanabi from Kuzo learned from her mistakes and moves forward no matter how hard it was for herself, and the protagonist from Henshin did not and her world crumbled before her. Its an excellent read and I seriously recommend you to try it. WARNING it contains a lot of sex and nudity but the message is so strong that you will end up crying your eyes out. And for a manga with only 8 chapters that can do that is just amazing.
Manga: Koukyuu no Arika
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Koukyuu no Arika
Manga: Sagatte Omachi Kudasai
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Sagatte Omachi Kudasai
Both our MCs (the uke) experienced a traumatic incident during their childhood that involved their fathers, due to which they grew up to be emotionally damaged and psychologically scarred. Then they find our other MCs, that help them overcome that childhood trauma of theirs. Koukyuu has a seme who knows how to behave around an abused individual - like a perfect gentlemen. Unlike the seme in Sagatte who sexually assaults the uke and deems it love. SMH.
Manga: Dainana Joshikai Houkou
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Dainana Joshikai Houkou
Manga: Plastic Neesan
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Plastic Neesan
Both share the kind of nonsensical humor that’s revolves around eccentric people who ignore their surroundings, but where you in the end really take a liking to them.
Manga: Franken Fran
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Franken Fran
Manga: Dainana Joshikai Houkou
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Dainana Joshikai Houkou
Both tell small stories with twisted humor and the use of technology, though Franken Fran is a bit more dark and gory.
Manga: Watashitachi no Shiawase na Jikan
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Watashitachi no Shiawase na Jikan
Manga: Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
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Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
Similar story but more darker and closer to reality
Manga: Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
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Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
Manga: Transparent Cohabitation
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Transparent Cohabitation
The vibes I felt when I read this manga made me remember Three Days of Happiness all over again really recommend anyone to read it
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